US attorney requests DOJ “advice” on how to handle migrants bused to a US military base from Martha’s Vineyard.

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YouTube NEW Fox News articles can now be heard on audio! Racheal Rollins, the U.S. Attorney for Massachusetts, stated that she intends to discuss potential legal action over the transportation of migrants to Martha’s Vineyard in Massachusetts with the Department of Justice.

During a press conference on Thursday, Rollins made the remarks. In order to get to Joint Base Cape Cod, where Republican Governor Charlie Baker opened a shelter, the refugees boarded a bus on Friday that left the liberal island sanctuary.

We are investigating “the Martha’s Vineyard matter,” Rollins stated, and we will be communicating with Department of Justice personnel. “This has happened in other places besides Massachusetts.”

Outside Vice President Kamala Harris’ Naval Observatories Residence in Washington, DC, two immigrant buses arrive.

We have a number of sister communities, including those in D.C., New York, and California, where we have witnessed similar events, and we were expecting to hear from the Department of Justice about what, if any, further action might be taken.

A handful of migrants are seen outside St. Andrews Episcopal Church Thursday at Martha's Vineyard in Massachusetts.

The Department of Justice was approached by Fox News Digital for comment on Friday but did not respond.

In keeping with his vow to deliver illegal immigrants to liberal states, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis sent two flights full of migrants to Martha’s Vineyard on Wednesday.

Two planes carrying illegal immigrants are sent to Martha’s Vineyard by Ron Desantis.

A bus carrying migrants sent to Martha's Vineyard arrives at Joint Base Cape Cod in Massachusetts, Friday, Sept. 16, 2022.

The migrants are seen disembarking at the Massachusetts’ Marthas Vineyard Airport in a video sent to Fox News Digital.

DeSantis told an audience on Thursday: “If you have people who are predisposed to think Florida is a good location to settle, our message to them is that we are not a sanctuary state and it’s better to be able to go to a sanctuary jurisdiction.”

Illegal immigrants arrive at Martha's Vineyard Airport on Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2022.

He continued, “And certainly, we will assist in arranging that transit so that you can go to greener pastures.

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